Clemson vs. North Carolina Tickets Available


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Clemson, SC ---Clemson Ticket Manager Van Hilderbrand has announced that tickets are available for Clemson's men's basketball game with #1 ranked North Carolina this Sunday, Feb. 18th. Tickets still remained after Clemson student ticket distribution on Monday.


Sunday's game will begin at 4:00 PM at Littlejohn Coliseum. It will be the first time a number-one raked team has come to Clemson since January 3, 1998 when a number-one ranked North Carolina team defeated the Tigers 73-70. Clemson has defeated the nation's top team once, an 87-82 overtime win against Duke on Jan 9, 1980.


Tickets to the North Carolina game and Clemson's other two remaining home games (Feb. 21 vs. Wake Forest, March 3 vs. Florida State) are priced at $15 apiece. Tickets can be purchased by call 1800-CLEMSON.

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